Moving to Cap Skirring

Moving to Cap Skirring

It’s official: in January we’re moving to Cap Skirring, the southwest part of Senegal known as “the Casamance”. We’re going to be using our French to train, equip and disciple some Senegalese believers who want to be involved in church planting.

More details to come!

A beautiful, tropical part of Senegal.
Right now we’re meeting with our future co-workers and planning out some of the details of our new jobs as well as thinking through our ministry objectives.

Pray for us…

-as we move out of our current apartment in 3 weeks

-as we pack and store our belongings, and wrap up our time  in Dakar

– as spend these remaining weeks with our host church and host family

-that it will work our for us to have a house or an apartment lined up for us for when we get back in January

 Excited with the possibilities of nationals reaching nationals!
We spent a week in the Casamance in May, so we have a small idea of what it's like.

{PS- 22 days until we fly home to the US! We’re looking forward to all things fall.}

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